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Volume 47 Number 46

Elaborating tradition

CounterPULSE's Performing Diaspora explores the state (and states) of ethnic dance in the Bay Area

So Bootieful

The original mashup club turns 10. Plus: Jukebox, The Revenge, Clipping., Drag King Contest, more nightlife

Volume 47 Number 46 Flip-through Edition

August 14, 2013
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GBD: Golden brown and delicious

Tablehopping: Fresh Mission eats, three new happy hours, and where to get baked (goods, that is).

Ex-pat

Alexis Blair Penney celebrates the release of debut album 'Window,' and mourns a personal loss 

Reel to real

Revisiting Shirley Clarke's 1967 'Portrait of Jason'

Midsummer mayhem

From Jupiter's moon to a Chinese drug war: four beyond-the-mainstream treats for genre film fans

Walmart fires Bay Area workers after strike

After working for nearly two years at Walmart in San Leandro, Dominic Ware said he'd witnessed too many co-workers struggle to make ends meet,...

Shareable, smearable

After writing critically about problems in the business models of so-called "shareable economy" companies in last week's issue — including our cover story on...

Compromises deliver results

OPINION When Guardian Editor Steven T. Jones asked me to respond to his recent columns ("Chiu becomes City Hall's go-to guy for solving tough...

Dream deferred

Activists say Zimmerman verdict shows not enough has changed in the 50 years since the March on Washington

The time is now to fix Muni

EDITORIAL San Franciscans love to bash Muni, but this city would be a gridlocked nightmare without it. Despite its many flaws, Muni does a...

Grow some more brain wrinkles at these cool campuses

 BEYOND BOOKISH For anyone who interpreted Amazon's Kindle as a harbinger of doom, a nonprofit celebrating the production, artistry, and importance of books in...

Tech in schools

SFUSD is slowly but steadily working to bring more technology into the classrooms

Boxes in space

Mobility is key in vision for maker-inspired homeless training program

Drawn together

CCA launches a masters program in comics

Whose college?

San Franciscans decry loss of City College classes — but will the new "Super Trustee" listen?

Tales from the tracks

BART strikes are on hold, but the standoff between workers — demonized by many, humanized here — and the district continues